CHICAGO (CBS) — Two teenage boys were arrested and charged with carjacking a University of Chicago medical worker.

The victim was on his way to work January 7 when he stopped at a Kenwood BP gas station.

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Prosecutors said the teens held up the man at gunpoint and stole his SUV.

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Gas station surveillance video helped detectives link the teens to the carjacking, after they were arrested for an unrelated crime over the weekend.

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A judge ordered the teens held in custody. Another hearing is set for Tuesday.